Dispelling the
Myths of Learning
Chinese

Virtual Talk

Dispelling the
Myths of Learning
Chinese

Virtual Talk

Is Chinese too difficult?

I don’t like Chinese. It’s too hard. You must have heard this from one too many kids (they’re probably primary and secondary school students, aren’t they?).

A dislike for Chinese is often “nurtured” through unpleasant learning experiences and outdated, poor teaching techniques. This aversion can be extremely strong and very difficult to dispel if allowed to entrench itself in a child.

To make matters worse, if you don’t speak Chinese at home, is it all downhill from there?

Don’t worry, there’s hope.

Make Learning Chinese Easy

Chinese is not difficult if you can nurture a love for learning the language from a young age.

The younger your child is, the more easily he or she can pick up languages such as Chinese. Unlike adults like you and me. This can save you and your child from the common pains of trying to learn Chinese when it’s too late.

Our parents at MindChamps have seen this happen. Want to know what that looks like?

You ready?

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In our classes, you’ll see:

Kids having fun learning Chinese.

Kindergarteners making Chinese look easy.

Children switching back and forth from using English and Chinese without a hitch.

And some of these little ones aren’t even Chinese.

Let our language specialists show you how to make learning Chinese easy for your child ahead of primary school and beyond.

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Join us at our complimentary seminar

When

Saturday, 14 Nov
2pm

Where

Zoom (you’ll receive
a meeting link once
you’ve registered!)

Who

Parents of
Preschoolers

Meet our speakers:

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Joseph Lim

Deputy Director-General of Education

Master of Education in Curriculum Policy, Teachers College, Columbia University

Joseph Lim

Deputy Director-General of Education

Master of Education in Curriculum Policy, Teachers College, Columbia University

Joseph is overall in charge of curriculum planning and delivery for both our Preschool and Enrichment divisions. He has over 20 years of experience in teaching, curriculum design and school leadership with the Ministry of Education (MOE). As a former Superintendent under MOE, he supervised the operations of 15 schools.

Joseph also spent 6 years as Principal of Maris Stella High School, overseeing both the Primary and Secondary sections.

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Chen Ying

Assistant Director,

Master of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages. Ji Nan University

Chen Ying has 22 years of experience in Chinese teaching, teacher guidance, curriculum planning and teachers’ training. She is mainly responsible for the research, design and creation of the Chinese curriculum of MindChamps, and provides training for the Chinese teachers in MindChamps.

Her outline of topics:

1 – What are the characteristics of MindChamps Chinese PreSchool?

2 – How to stimulate children’s interest in learning Chinese?

Master of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages. Ji Nan University

Chen Ying

Assistant Director

Master of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages. Ji Nan University

Chen Ying has 22 years of experience in Chinese teaching, teacher guidance, curriculum planning and teachers’ training. She is mainly responsible for the research, design and creation of the Chinese curriculum of MindChamps, and provides training for the Chinese teachers in MindChamps.

Join us at our complimentary seminar

When

Saturday, 14 Nov
2pm

Where

Zoom (you’ll receive a meeting
link once you’ve registered!)

Who

Parents of Preschoolers

Meet our speakers:

https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/mindchamps-prod-wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/26161605/Joseph-Lim.png

Joseph Lim

Deputy Director-General of Education
Master of Education in Curriculum Policy, Teachers College, Columbia University

Joseph is overall in charge of curriculum planning and delivery for both our Preschool and Enrichment divisions. He has over 20 years of experience in teaching, curriculum design and school leadership with the Ministry of Education (MOE). As a former Superintendent under MOE, he supervised the operations of 15 schools.

Joseph also spent 6 years as Principal of Maris Stella High School, overseeing both the Primary and Secondary sections.

 

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Chen Ying

Assistant Director, 

Master of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages.

Ji Nan University

Chen Ying has 22 years of experience in Chinese teaching, teacher guidance, curriculum planning and teachers’ training. She is mainly responsible for the research, design and creation of the Chinese curriculum of MindChamps, and provides training for the Chinese teachers in MindChamps.

Dispelling the Myths of Learning Chinese
Virtual Talk

Saturday, 14 November 2020 2pm

You’ll discover…

  • That Chinese Preschool is not simply preschool conducted in Chinese
  • Why you won’t need to send your child for any enrichment classes outside of daily preschool (use your weekends to spend quality time with your child instead!).
  • How attending Chinese Preschool will prepare your child holistically for primary school and beyond. Yes, even for English and Math.
  • Why a preschool immersed in Chinese needs to be executed through a proven programme backed by thorough scientific research.

Our curriculum specialists will be on hand to share tips on helping your child learn Chinese and answer all your questions.

Exclusive Perks for Virtual Talk Attendees

Join the Virtual Talk to secure a waiver of PreSchool registration fees of $430.

You’ll enjoy this perk on top of any ongoing enrolment promotions worth up to $1500.

Find out how Chinese Preschool will make learning Chinese a breeze (and fun!) for your child.
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